Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Too Little Sleep? Can Increase Diabetes Risk
This article is relates to night sleep. Generally, people sleep 8 hours a day. But what happens if less than 8 hours? Yes of course you will feel sleepy. Besides that, it can cause disease.
Studies have long shown that people who sleep fewer than five hours a night have an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, the kind that tends to strike later in life.Up to 70 million Americans are estimated to suffer from chronic problems with sleep, from insomnia to sleep apnea. On today, impaired sleep are always associated with some diseases such as obesity, heart disease, depression, high blood pressure, memory impairment and a weakened immune system. Besides that, too much see the light at night can hamper a hormone involved both with sleep and suppressing tumor cells.
The following tips may be useful for maintaining your health :
1. Adults need Between seven and nine hours of sleep daily for good health.
2. If you work nights, go straight to bed when you get home. Avoid too much light along the way.
3. Let natural light help keep your biological sleep clock on schedule
4. Cultivated a healthy bedroom is one room dark, quiet and cool, in addition, avoid caffeine and alhokol when going to bed.